A girl tries to make it through middle school while dealing with a chronic illness in The Year My Life Went Down the Toilet, by Jake Maia Arlow.
Browsing: Pride Month
Pride Month is all about celebrating diversity and embracing your authentic self. The following books for young adults feature LGBTQ+ themes.
June is Pride Month. While these picture books celebrate LGBTQ+ specifically, the messages of acceptance have wide-ranging applications.
A boy dreams of having long, wavy hair in The Good Hair Day, written by Christian Trimmer and illustrated by J Yang.
A young girl sets out on an epic journey as the plague sweeps across 14th century Europe in Wild Bird, by Diane Zahler.
Linus, a new picture book by Stuart Hausmann, celebrates differences and how they can combine to make the world better.
A Vietnamese family is haunted by the house they’re trying to restore in She Is a Haunting, by Trang Thanh Tran.
A tween sets out to discover why she acts the way she does in Nicole Melleby’s MG novel The Science of Being Angry.
Learn the difference between a house and a home in A Home Again, by Colleen Rowan Kosinski and Valeria Docampo.
It’s Perfectly Normal, by Robie H. Harris and Michael Emberley, has now been updated with new information and art.